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TMCNet:  BRIEF: Newsmaker: Jeffrey J. Campbell [The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review :: ]

[April 04, 2014]

BRIEF: Newsmaker: Jeffrey J. Campbell [The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review :: ]

(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (PA) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) April 04--Jeffrey J. Campbell Noteworthy: The Engineering Society of Western Pennsylvania honored Campbell with its 2014 Engineer of the Year award.

Age: 58 Residence: Economy, Beaver County Family: Wife, Lynne, and sons, Anthony and Scott Occupation: Campbell is senior vice president and regional manager for Michael Baker International's transportation business.

Background: As project manager, Campbell led development of American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials bridge load rating and bridge design software. He served as project manager on numerous highway and bridge design projects as well as software development projects, including PennDOT's Bridge Automated Design and Drafting System.

Education: Bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh in civil engineering in 1977 and master's degree in engineering management in 1984.

Quote: "This award is a tribute to all the fine colleagues, mentors, clients and family members whose professionalism and support made my 37-year career at Baker so enjoyable and rewarding. I'm deeply moved and honored to have been selected by my peers in the engineering profession." -- John D. Oravecz ___ (c)2014 The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (Greensburg, Pa.) Visit The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (Greensburg, Pa.) at Distributed by MCT Information Services

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